Coronavirus lockdown in Germany: DENIC support service remains available
The DENIC support staff currently works mainly on a mobile basis, but stays available to you as usual also during the coronavirus lockdown in Germany. We kindly ask you to send us your service requests preferably by e-mail instead of using fax or post. Thank you very much for your cooperation.
Press Release 27 June 2018: Hamburg Selected Venue for ICANN Annual General Meeting in Fall 2020
DENIC, eco - Association of the Internet Industry and the City of Hamburg to host the international congress attended by the tech community, politics, industry, and civil society, taking decisions on the core functions of the Internet.
Press Release 24 May 2018: DENIC Putting Extensive Changes into Force for .DE Whois Lookup Service by 25 May 2018
Pursuant to the European General Data Protection Regulation, DENIC profoundly restricts data output via its Whois lookup service by 25 May 2018. Information on domain holders will only be provided if specific conditions are met.
Press Release 16 May 2018: DENIC Becomes ICANN-Designated Agent for Registrar Data Escrow Services After Winning Global Tender
Since 14 May 2018, DENIC is Designated Escrow Agent for ICANN-accredited registrars, this way being the sole provider worldwide to offer registration data escrow on a cost-neutral basis, in compliance with European law.
Press Release 8 May 2018: DENIC Domain Statistics 2017: The Regional Distribution of .de Domains in Germany
You find them in agricultural regions and economic hotspots, in industrial parks as well as in nature reserves – domains with the German ending .de are registered virtually everywhere in Germany. Their precise distribution is mapped every year in the annual regional domain statistics published by...
Press Release 1 March 2018: Extensive Changes Planned for DENIC Whois Domain Query: Proactive Approach for Data Economy and Data Protection
In the future, DENIC will only record the contact details of the domain holder, two additional e-mail addresses as contact points for abuse reports and general and technical requests as well as the usual technical domain data.